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Governor Nathan Deal

Education To Be A Priority In Deal's 2nd Term

Gov. Nathan Deal says changing how the state funds public schools will be a top priority in the coming year.

Election Over, What Issues Await Georgia's Elected Candidates?

What are the issues newly elected officials will need to face once they begin their jobs? The answer depends on the region.

Brian Kemp is re-elected State Secretary of state.

Republicans Win Major State Offices While Voters Say Yes to Amendments

Republicans won the secretary of state and school superintendent races while voters adopted constitutional amendments.

U.S. Senator elect David Perdue.

Perdue, Deal Clinch Races Avoiding Runoff

Businessman David Perdue has kept Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat in GOP hands while Governor Nathan Deal was elected to another term.

Middle Georgia Voters Seeking Change Commanded Candidate Attention

In Georgia, the statewide campaigns worked hard to appeal to voters disillusioned with the status quo. The biggest concentration of those voters could be found in Middle Georgia.

Senate Seat, Governorship On The Line In Tuesday’s Election

After months of campaigning and a barrage of negative TV ads, Georgia's high-stakes battle for U.S. Senate and the governorship will be decided in Tuesday's election — unless it's not.

Governor Nathan Deal and Senator Jason Carter

A Runoff Explained

What is a runoff, when would it take place if it is needed and how does it impact voters? Political Rewind’s Bill Nigut provides an explainer.

University Neighbors Wonder How Development Helps Them

Mercer University asked Macon-Bibb County for financial aid on a proposed residential and retail development near campus. What do the people who already live near the proposed project think?

President Bill Clinton 2007

Clinton Rallies For Nunn In Last Push Before Election Day

Inside an Atlanta eatery steeped in civil rights history, former President Bill Clinton told a crowd that a vote for Democrat Michelle Nunn is a "vote on the promise of our future."

Why Should Maconites Vote On Raising Taxes For Economic Development?

Macon Mayor Robert Reichert has proposed giving voters in Macon-Bibb County a voice on whether they'd accept raising taxes. GPB's Michael Caputo talked with a top economic development official on the unusual non-binding vote.

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